Volume LIVNovember 2007Number 4

Autumn Day 2007
8,000 visitors Attend the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown's Annual Open House


Bro. Jay G. Brossman, Ephrata Lodge No. 665 (currently residing in Colorado), took an opportunity to catch up with his first grade teacher, Ms. Esther Williamson, shown pictured with Bro. Jay's wife, Sally, and daughter, Judy Ann Berger.


"Princess" Isabella Maust, granddaughter
of Bro. Daniel Maust,
Perkioman Lodge No. 595,
Red Hill, has a grand time!

The Ferko String Band entertains the crowd.

Bro. Carlton Stauffer, Valley Lodge No. 499, West Pittston, Masonic Village resident, donated his 160th pint of blood, having begun giving 57 years ago. According to the Central PA Blood Bank, one pint can save up to three lives, so Bro. Stauffer may have saved up to 480 lives!

Teresa Hellein helps her daughter, Alaina, make a spin art picture at a Job's Daughters-sponsored activity for kids.

Bro. Mike Manderewicz, Ephrata Lodge No. 665, enjoyed the day with his wife, Carole, and children Aaron and Chelsea.

Staff and residents of the Masonic Children's Home receive a generous donation from Chester County Consistory members.
Joseph Chubb, Pilgrim Chapter of DeMolay, Hershey, escorts Masonic Village resident and veteran Bro. Ferree C. Grossman, Brandywine Goddard Lodge No. 383, Coatesville, to the Veterans Grove Dedication ceremony.

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